# Monday, 08 August 2011
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MethodHandle From C#

using java.lang.invoke;

class Program {
  static void Main() {
    MethodType mt = MethodType.methodType(typeof(void), typeof(string), typeof(object[]));
    MethodHandle mh = MethodHandles.lookup().findStatic(typeof(System.Console), "WriteLine", mt);
    mh.invoke("{0} {1}", "Hello", "World");
  }
}

This now works, but it is not very efficient. Invoking a MethodHandle from Java is more efficient, because the call site signature is statically known in that case.

You can also call invokeExact from C#, but that's even less usefull, because (unlike from Java) you can only call MethodHandles with the same signature as invokeExact. However, it is very fast, because it doesn't do any conversions.

If there is demand for it, I'll consider adding a public API for getting the delegate from a MethodHandle.

Monday, 08 August 2011 11:26:45 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [0]
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